The Schoolhouse is attractively situated in the village of Pitlessie and is attached to the adjacent local primary school which currently has a roll of 18. Cupar is a short distance to the north east and is a thriving …
The Schoolhouse is attractively situated in the village of Pitlessie and is attached to the adjacent local primary school which currently has a roll of 18. Cupar is a short distance to the north east and is a thriving county market town which offers an excellent comprehensive range of local facilities and amenities, including a sports centre and swimming pool. Pitlessie is also very well placed for speedy access to the ancient and historic university town and golfing mecca of St. Andrews (12 miles), renowned worldwide as the “Home of Golf”. The
thriving city of Dundee (18 miles), home to the new V & A museum and Scott’s RRS Discovery, provides a comprehensive offering of city shops, services and facilities. Perth is 23 miles to the northwest and
Edinburgh about an hour to the south. Well regarded state schooling and a higher education college is available locally, and independent schooling is provided at St. Leonards in St. Andrews and the High School of Dundee. Cupar is very well placed for commuting with a railway station on the main East Coast line with regular services to
Dundee (20 minutes) and Edinburgh (about one hour to the south) including connecting with Edinburgh airport. The regional airport at Dundee offers short haul flights to London. There is an excellent bus service, connecting within and outside Fife. Home to an array of wildlife, the beautiful rolling countryside around Pitlessie comprises
a lovely mix of farmland, coastline, hills and rivers the result being a fine choice for the outdoor enthusiast. There is considerable scope for walking, cycling, riding, sailing and of course golf with many highly regarded courses in the area. There are good sandy beaches at Elie, Tentsmuir, Kingsbarns and St. Andrews along with a number of popular National Trust for Scotland properties in the area
including Hill of Tarvit, Falkland Palace and Kellie Castle.
Believed to date from the late 1800’s and sympathetically refurbished by the current owners, the Schoolhouse is a beautiful stone property offering charming family accommodation over two
levels. With many delightful period features and former schoolhouse charm, the accommodation is very well presented and offers immaculate bright living space with a unique feel. The house stands
in a generous enclosed garden with areas of lawn, a pond and a lovely mix of plants, trees and shrubs. There is an outhouse / store along with a timber garden shed. Subject to all relevant permissions
and consents being obtained it is believed that there may be scope to extend the house to the rear.
Ground Floor: vestibule, hall, sitting room, dining room open to kitchen, utility room.
First Floor: 4 bedrooms, bathroom, hall.
Follow High Street down past the green, following the road around to the left. The Schoolhouse is then on the left after a short distance, attached to the village school.